As we revealed last weekend, Hyundai Card Music will be sponsoring a UK tour for Galaxy Express, Apollo 18, Goonamguayeoridingstella and Gate Flowers next month. The official announcement is another few hours away, but thanks to the tour arrangers we’ve gotten our hands on all the dates and stops of the tour–spanning a total of 7 shows in 5… Continue reading
After relocating to Europe and Stockholm, Sweden, last summer, Wagwak have been playing primarily in London and elsewhere around the UK. The first gig in their current hometown took place end of February and on May 22nd they’ll take to the stage in Stockholm again. This time Wagwak will be opening for Brooklyn-based group Beach… Continue reading
During 2012 Hyundai Card Music launched an initiative to promote Korean indie music, through high quality videos as well as live performances in its then Hongdae popup store location. Now Hyundai Card Music is taking things to the next level by bringing a bunch of bands over to the UK. No official announcements have been… Continue reading
UhUhBoo Project‘s Baik Hyunjhin is not only a talented musician, but also an accomplished artist in other regards. From October 5th through November 17th, London gallery 43 Inverness Street will be hosting a solo exhibition with nine of Baik Hyunjhin’s paintings. A day before the exhibition opens to the public, on October 4th some time… Continue reading
This year international music festival Pop Montréal will take place September 19-23 – in Montreal, Canada, of course. This year two Korean bands will be playing: loud folk duo Wagwak on the opening day, and even louder post-rock trio Apollo 18 on September 21st. While in the country both acts will also offer a few… Continue reading
Last week came a couple of Off The Record “road live” videos with London based singer-songwriter Hugh Keice. Today, March 13th, the songs were released on digital single 오프더레코드 길에서 음악을 만나다 휴 키이쓰(Hugh Keice). Having now returned to London after spending some time in his native Seoul, Hugh Keice is currently preparing for the… Continue reading
Since mid-December the Korean Culture Center in London has been hosting London Muse–“the 4th UK based Korean artists’ exhibition”. Among the exhibiting artists are total art duo EE and they’ll hold a live performance during a special reception on January 18th.
European fans of Korean rock music can look forward to the first tour from a Korean band since Yoon Band traveled the continent in 2005. It is Torpedo Productions that with a history of bringing Japanese bands to the EU now will bring two acts from Rockin’ Korea Entertainment over for Rockin’ Korea European Tour… Continue reading